Netflix’s New Ominous 'Midnight Mass' Trailer Just Dropped & It Will Give You Chills

The series is from the creators of 'The Haunting of Hill House'.

Netflix's Midnight Mass Trailer Just Dropped & Will Give You Chills

If you love horror series, you won't want to miss the trailer for Netflix's Midnight Mass that just dropped.

The new show premieres on September 24 and is from the creator of The Haunting Of Hill House.

It centers on the small town of Crockett Island, where the community faces spine-chilling omens.

But eagle-eyed viewers might notice it was actually filmed in B.C.

Midnight Mass features Kate Siegel from The Haunting of Bly Manor, Zach Gilford, Rahul Kohli and Hamish Linklater.

One thing is for sure; you'll want to add this spooky hit to your calendar. But you won't want to watch it alone in the dark.

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Your favourite shows just got a little more expensive!

One of the giants of streaming is increasing its prices once again. Netflix Canada announced on Friday that it will be adding a few bucks to two of its subscription plans, and it might mean buying one less cup of coffee at your favourite cafe per month.

The Standard and Premium monthly subscription plans will be bumped by $1.50 and $2 respectively. But, if you're a little more low-maintenance with your streaming, the Basic subscription plan won't be changing at all, staying at $9.99 a month.

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